||Until the contrary is proved, for the purposes of this Act, any employment law and section 98A of the Insolvency Act, 1936 (Act No. 24 of 1936), a person who works for, or renders services to, any other person is presumed, regardless of the form of the contract, to be an employee, if any one or more of the following factors are present:
||the manner in which the person works is subject to the control or direction of another person;
||the person's hours of work are subject to the control or direction of another person;
||in the case of a person who works for an organisation, the person forms part of that organisation;
||the person has worked for that other person for an average of at least 40 hours per month over the last three months;
||the person is economically dependent on the other person for whom he or she works or renders services;
||the person is provided with tools of trade or work equipment by the other person; or
||the person only works for or renders services to one person.
[Subsection (1) substituted by section 39 of Act No. 6 of 2014]
||If a proposed or existing work arrangement involves persons who earn amounts equal to or below the amounts determined by the Minister in terms of section 6(3) of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act, any of the contracting parties may approach the Commission for an advisory award on whether the persons involved in the arrangement are employees.
NEDLAC must prepare and issue a Code of Good Practice that sets out guidelines for determining whether persons, including those who earn in excess of the amount determined in subsection (2) are employees.